Constellation Cyber Consultancy scoops Seatrade Cyber Security Award

At the recent Seatrade Awards Virtual, (Middle East, Indian Subcontinent & Africa), held online on Wednesday 3rd November, fifteen more outstanding winners joined maritime’s greatest roll of honour and were recognised for their outstanding achievements; unwavering resilience and inspiring dedication over the last 18 months. The Seatrade Awards, which take place in association with Lloyd’s List, was sponsored this year by ADNOC Logistics & Services, Bureau Veritas and DNV.

Constellation Cyber Security, (part of the Constellation Marine Services Group), managed by IIMS Past President, Capt Zarir Irani was announced as the winner in the prestigious Cyber Security category, beating off strong challenges from CyberOwl and GTMaritime. This Award recognises a solution to the challenge of improving the robustness, accessibility and cost-effectiveness in cyber security across the whole maritime industry.

The panel of judges was made up of leading voices from across maritime markets in the Middle East, Indian subcontinent and Africa.

Speaking following the award ceremony, Capt Zarir Irani, said “We are grateful to the judging panel from Seatrade in collaboration with Lloyds List for believing in our innovative capabilities to deliver professional cyber resilience service to our maritime fraternity.

“At Constellation Marine we understand “Risk” more holistically, looking to offer practical solutions for loss prevention due to cyber compromise. Over the past 15+ years, we have consistently delivered “trust” to the maritime industry by being independent and innovative. With cyber compliance now paramount, we identify and educate our community and mitigate our clients’ cyber risk exposure.

“Digital automation is the way forward for all aspects of Maritime trade. Speed of change is the current challenge. Adapting to newer technology comes with unique risks and Cyber vulnerabilities”, he said.

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